Havre Church Holds Annual Campout
The weekend of July 18–20 found the Havre Church members enjoying God’s created beauty in Beaver Creek Park in the Bears Paw Mountains just south of town.
The weekend began under smoky skies due to out-of-state forest fires to the west, but by Sabbath afternoon the breeze had cleared out the smoke and the normal big, blue sky returned. Friday evening vespers were led by Francy Beardsley. Leo Beardsley taught Sabbath School, and Phillip Neuharth, pastor, continued his series on the book of Ruth, taking his listeners through chapter 2.
Several musicians provided accompaniment for the congregation on guitars, banjo, mandolin, hammered dulcimer and dobro. They also enjoyed an afternoon jam session after a delicious potluck lunch. After an afternoon of fellowship, Loredana Neuharth shared some thoughts on faith as the Sabbath closed.
More goodies and music were enjoyed around a campfire that evening. This highlight of the year always ends too soon. Havre members look forward to heaven when timeless fellowship and praise will define their existence.